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2018 Early-Career Research Accomplishments Awards

An Early Career Researcher is defined as someone who has received a doctoral degree (or its equivalent outside of the U.S.A.) within the previous six years. Work published (or formally accepted for publication) or presented at a conference within the six years eligibility period is considered in the evaluation process if properly documented. The judges evaluate the impact of the body of work in terms of its ability to broaden, extend, and alter the way that POM is conceptualized, practiced, and viewed.

Co-Winners: Tingliang Huang (Boston College) and Srikanth Jagabathula (NYU)
Honorable Mention: Andrew Davis (Cornell)

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